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Sunday, 09 March 2008 21:58

Corsair does Mac notebook memory

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Cebit 08: OSX might like it

 


Corsair has showcased its new line of Mac memory, the one that has low latency and should provide better performance in OSX.

This Mac branded memory will be available as either a 4GB dual-channel kit or single 2GB module. This DDR2 kit works at 667MHz (PC2-5300) with 4-4-4-12 latency. We are of course we talking about 200-pin SO-DIMM memory for notebooks.

According to the box-art this memory is compatible with the MacBook, MacBook Pro and Intel based iMac's.

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